Nick joined Littleton Chambers in March 2011. He obtained 'Outstanding' on the Bar Vocational Course, has a first class degree in Natural Sciences and before coming to the Bar he worked as a management consultant.
Nick has extensive experience of commercial litigation, and has completed a secondment in the commercial litigation, and banking and finance departments of a leading law firm. Nick acts in a wide variety of commercial disputes, and, in particular, has represented several retail banks in numerous claims which (often) involve an element of dishonesty/fraud.
Nick handles matters across the full spectrum of employment law, ranging from ordinary unfair dismissal disputes to more complex tribunal claims involving TUPE issues, all forms of discrimination and whistleblowing.
Nick is also interested in sports law; a very keen sportsmen himself, Nick has acted for a senior executive of a leading football club, and is currently instructed on behalf of a racehorse trainer claiming unpaid fees and defending allegations of professional negligence.
Nick enjoys his advocacy work, and prides himself on taking a thorough approach to analysing the issues and the range of potential arguments in each of his cases. He is also particularly keen on drafting pleadings and advices in matters of factual and legal complexity.
Nick has been described by instructing solicitors as “both professional yet personable”.